WTOK – Senate candidate’s make final push before special election
#MSSen: Gov. Bryant makes push for Hyde-Smith
With so much at stake, we need a true conservative to represent our values in the Senate. That’s why I appointed Cindy Hyde-Smith to the U.S. Senate in March, & why I’m asking for your strongest consideration to vote for her tomorrow, November 6. https://t.co/GVSXwo1409
— Phil Bryant (@PhilBryantMS) November 5, 2018
Espy, who is running to fill the unexpired term of Senator Thad Cochran, formerly represented Mississippi’s 2nd Congressional District and later served as U.S. Secretary of Agriculture.
He also made stops in Hinds, DeSoto, Madison and Warren counties.
Wicker promotes POTUS support
— Roger Wicker (@RogerWicker) November 5, 2018
Hosemann talks election security
EXCLUSIVE TONIGHT: In a one-on-one interview with MS Secretary of State @DelbertHosemann we discuss in-depth election security. Making sure your vote is under lock and key. Amid thousands of attempts to hack into the state’s election systems. @WJTV pic.twitter.com/HT4QiX0kgb
— WJTV Gerald Harris (@GeraldHarrisTV) November 5, 2018
Twelve candidates are running in a special election to replace two House Representative. Eight candidates will be on the ballot for House District 31 and four candidates for House District 85.
House District 31 includes Bolivar, Humphreys, Sunflower, and Washington counties while House District 85 covers portions of Claiborne, Franklin, Jefferson, and Warren Counties.
The special elections come after Representatives Sara Richardson Thomas (HD 31) and America “Cuck” Middleton (HD 85) announced their retirement after each serving in the House for over 20 years.